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Deactivated Old Spec Palestinian PKM Machine Gun SN. 1004 *

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Deactivated Old Spec Palestinian PKM Machine Gun. Non EU sales Only. Can be re-deactivated to EU/ UK spec. Deactivated Old Spec Bulgarian PKM 7.62mm General Purpose Machine Gun in good deactivated condition and identical to the Soviet version, except the markings. This example has had an interesting life! The original markings and some serial numbers have been removed, and the bipod replaced with one from an Israeli Galil. It has no IDF stamps whatsoever (and they never used these, not even their special forces), so my guess would be a PLO or PFLP gun. The PKM was an update of the earlier PK (Пулемёт Калашникова: Pulemyot Kalashnikova, or Kalashnikov's Machinegun). It entered service in 1969 and is still going strong with over sixty armies, worldwide. It is an excellent design, that is extremely reliable in all conditions and can really take abuse. It fires the 7.62 x 54mm Nagant rifle cartridge, which gives it greater power and range than its NATO rivals, yet only weighs 16 ½ pounds. It feeds from the right hand side of the weapon, unlike most of its rival designs and comes in several different versions for tank and helicopter use. An excellent design that is definitely a rival to the much loved L7 GPMG. All deactivated weapons sold by D and B Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold London or Birmingham proof marks and a certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly.



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